This tool helps you calculate and compare the potential growth of your investments over time.

## How to Use the Calculator

This calculator allows you to perform basic arithmetic operations. You can follow these steps:

- Enter the first number in the “Operand 1” field.
- Select an operator from the dropdown (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division).
- Enter the second number in the “Operand 2” field.
- Click the “Calculate” button to see the result in the “Result” field.

## How It Calculates

The calculator performs the following operations based on the chosen operator:

- Addition: Adds Operand 1 and Operand 2.
- Subtraction: Subtracts Operand 2 from Operand 1.
- Multiplication: Multiplies Operand 1 and Operand 2.
- Division: Divides Operand 1 by Operand 2 (note: Operand 2 must not be zero).

## Limitations

The calculator is designed for basic arithmetic operations and has the following limitations:

- Both operands must be valid numbers.
- It cannot handle complex mathematical functions.
- Division by zero is not allowed and will prompt an error message.

## Use Cases for This Calculator

### Basic Addition and Subtraction

Allow users to perform simple addition and subtraction calculations by entering numbers and clicking on the corresponding operation buttons. This functionality is essential for everyday math tasks without any complicated functions.

### Multiplication and Division

Enhance the calculator by including multiplication and division operations to enable users to calculate products and quotients quickly. This feature is useful for more advanced calculations that involve basic arithmetic.

### Percentage Calculations

Provide a dedicated button for calculating percentages, allowing users to determine percentages of numbers or find percentage increases/decreases effortlessly. This feature is handy for financial or statistical calculations with percentage values.

### Exponentiation

Include a functionality that allows users to raise a number to a power, enabling them to perform exponential calculations easily. This feature is beneficial for tasks that involve exponentiation, such as scientific or engineering calculations.

### Square Root and Cube Root

Incorporate buttons for calculating square roots and cube roots, providing users with the ability to find the square root or cube root of a number accurately. This feature is helpful for mathematical computations requiring root values.

### Memory Functions

Add memory functions like memory storage, recall, and clear options to help users store intermediate results for complex calculations. This feature enhances user experience by allowing them to store and retrieve values conveniently.

### Scientific Functions

Introduce advanced scientific functions such as trigonometric, logarithmic, and factorial calculations for users dealing with complex mathematical problems. This feature caters to the needs of students, scientists, and professionals requiring specialized functions.

### Unit Conversions

Integrate unit conversion capabilities into the calculator, enabling users to convert between different units of measurement effortlessly. This feature is handy for professionals in engineering, physics, or finance who frequently need to convert units.

### Graphing Functions

Implement graphing functions that allow users to visualize mathematical equations and plot graphs directly within the calculator interface. This feature is beneficial for students and professionals working on graphical representations of equations.

### Customization Options

Provide users with customization options to personalize the calculator interface, such as choosing themes, adjusting decimal points, or selecting preferred calculation modes. This feature enhances user engagement and allows for a tailored user experience.